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Like cancer, religion is a disease with many facets.

Reader comment on item: The Danger Within: Militant Islam in America [and Its Dreams of Domination]

Submitted by Robert (United States), Jan 15, 2010 at 11:28

Historically, most religions have (primarily) had a negative impact on social development. Those who abide by their given doctrines, have a crisis with identity and self esteem. Whomever coined the word "zombie", surely had religious personnel in mind. Popes and Imams alike, waged senseless wars and slaughtered countless millions to feed their insatiable egos and mindless followers. So, it should be no surprise to anyone, that islam has pulled their jihad trickery out of the hat once again.

Mr. Pipes, the threat to America is considerably broader when you factor in Louie Farrakhan and his clueless congregation. The nation of islam, has infiltrated the most dangerous segment of our society...the prison system. A system, whose seams, are about to shatter. I know several converts who walk the streets again, and they spew the militant messages of these vermin with candor and lifeless vision.

The good news, contempt for them and their ideology is gaining momentum. Many are beginning to realize the cowardice that goes into becoming a jihadist. And like cancer, we are approaching their diseased body of followers with aggressive and steadfast treatments. Radiation, would be the ultimate solution for ALL of these miscreants...but political entities in America worry more about polls then truth and survival.

America, it is time to turn the tables on these theological vegetables. If a colony of cockroaches invades your space...what do you do? Do not bank (HA HA) on the government to prootect you and yours. It isn't going to happen if you find yourself in a situation with a jihadist or one of our homegrown terrorists. i.e. gangbangers, rapists, pedophiles and religious zealots. Teach your children the opposite of what they teach their children, and raise them with an honorable battle mentality. Killing is a good thing when it means purging the planet of a disease. Be creative. Study their tactics and understand they are expendable, if we are vigilant. This is a cancer we can defeat, if we open our minds to obvious solutions. More importantly, align yourselves with people who have the grit and resolve, to see these cowards (who hide behind worthless theories) driven back into the sewer from whence they came.

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